|Washington Equestrian Statue, Richmond, Virginia. How long before this one is moved?|
Students at Stanford University, inspired by the Black Lives Matter movement, are attempting to scrub names and symbols that honor people who are historically connected to slavery and colonialism from the college campus. The move echoes a series of colleges across the nation whose students have attempted to do the same.
And the moral reformer "historians" pretend to be innocent bystanders. No, they're enablers providing cover for this Marxist radicalism. They hide behind furrowed brow, chin-rubbing, obfuscating commentary while they silently cheer these kinds of things. Just useful idiots in many cases.The latest target in this battle is Saint Junipero Serra, an 18th-century Spanish, Roman Catholic priest and missionary who was canonized last September. His name is on two dorms, an academic building a street and the mall that is the school’s official address. [Source.]